The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on Manny Albam (Hr-2)

Jun 4, 2017

The Feeling of Jazz, Hr-2, Program No. 289 airing June 4, 2017 featured a spotlight on composer, arranger and band conductor Manny Albam.
Credit Jazz Heritage Series

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 289 airing June 4, 2017 featured a spotlight on former jazz baritone saxophone player who became a composer, arranger and band conductor Manny Albam  (June 24, 1922 – October 2, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Anything Goes, Manny Albam, The Jazz Workshop, Cole Porter, 3:46 min.2. Hank's Prank, Hank Mobley Quartet, The Essence of Modern Jazz (Orig. LP: Hank Mobley Quartet) (Blue Notes), Hank Mobley, 4:31 m in.3. Horse Movement: Dances on Drums, Manny Albam, The Drum Suite, Ernie Wilkins, 5:20 min.4. Back at the Chicken Shack, Jimmy Smith, Classic Jazz - Jazz Greats (Orig. LP: Back At the Chicken Shack), Jimmy Smith, 7:57 min.5. It's De-Lovely, Manny Albam, Jazz Greats of Our Times, Cole Porter, 4:52 min.6. Main Stem, Zoot Sims, Caravan - The Jazz Greats Play Duke Ellington, Duke Ellington, 5:03 min.7. They All Laughed, Manny Albam, Manny Albam and His Jazz Greats: Jazz New York, Gershwin, 3:52 min.8. Dot's Right, Manny Albam, Manny Albam and His Jazz Greats: Jazz New York, Manny Albam, 4:37 min.9. 411 West, Shirley Scott, The Birth of Soul Jazz (Orig. LP: Hip Soul) (Chrome Dreams), Benny Golson, 6:39 min.